|All of the Dead - Tim Drage & Tony Mines|
The World's First LEGO® Video Nasty! I can't remember why we decided to make a LEGO horror movie, but some time in 1999 myself, (Tim Drage), and my friend and partner in brickfilm crime Tony Mines, did. I think we were inspired mainly by the aquisition of a LEGO skeleton figure and by the increasing levels of violence and evil in the supposedly war-toy-free LEGO range. So we customised some minifigs, built a rudimentary graveyard from plasticine and card, and using my trusty Super-8 Cine camera...
Keywords: Brickfilm; LEGO; stop motion; horror; zombie; gore; animation; spite your face; super 8; silent movie
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|Death of a Rich Man - Douglas Files Fox, David Brandt|
This is a short animated Super 8mm sound film that was made in 1971. It concerns an extremely wealthy man who cares only for money and not for people. Although warned in a dream to use his wealth to care for people, he takes no heed and ultimately is destroyed by his greed. We made this film when we where in our sophomore year in high school. It was entered into the 9th Annual Kodak Teenage Movie Awards in 1971 and won an honorable mention...
Keywords: Stop Motion Animation; Animation; Puppets; Super 8mm; Sound; Greed; Death of a Rich Man; SIAC; Kodak Teenage Film Awards; honorable mention
|You Were There! A conversation with William Shakespeare - Douglas Files Fox, William FioRito, Marc Chusid|
This short animated Super 8mm film was a high school English project from the early 1970's. In the style of Walter Cronkite's "You Are There" shows, a reporter goes back in time to interview William Shakespeare, in an effort to understand the inspiration of the play Romeo and Juliet. We played the subject a little on the broad side. Mostly going for the laughs. Still we covered most of the points we learned in class about Romeo and Juliet...
Keywords: Stop Motion Animation; Animation; Puppets; Super 8mm; Sound; William Shakespeare; Romeo and Juliet; Comedy; Tragedy; young lovers; SIAC; Walter Cronkite; Fake News Show; High School class work